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Hi guys,

My name is Hugo and I live in Sweden. I have created this homepage to present and share my interest for Lego, which is my great passion in life. I have built and collected Lego sets since I was 4 years old and today I am 16 years old. Today I also spend a lot of time creating buildings in Minecraft and hang out with my friends. Minecraft has become a great supplement to Lego, since it’s also a mind-blowing creative platform.

I first started with Duplo and pretty soon figured out that small bricks was cooler and more fun to build with. My father has been a great inspiration since he loves buildings and architecture. I focus mostly on buying new sets from Lego Starwars, over the years I’ve also started to design my own buildings in Lego Digital Designer and print out the 3D drawings and order pieces via Brincklink.

There is also a blog connected to this homepage, where I will post new Lego creations, films and other fun happenings in life. Since I started this web project I’ve realised how much work and time it’s takes to document, photograph and search for all the little tiny Lego bricks in my room. Finally it’s on its way, I now launch the web site but will continuously update the galleries with numbers of sets who are still missing some parts.

Welcome to my site!

Hugo

Legos new interactive theme Hidden Side

Lego has revealed the new theme Hidden Side which combines the real world and the digital. There are eight new sets where Jack, Parker and Professor JB try to capture the ghosts which are taking over their hometown Newbury. You need to use the physical models as well as interacting with your phone in the AR game to stop the ghosts from haunting the town. Lots of nice details in the different sets!



 

Welcome to Apocalypseburg!

The set Welcome to Apocalypseburg, 70840, contains 3178 pieces and 12 minifigures among others Emmet, Lucy, Batman and Harley Quinn. They have built a new city with pieces of the old city. Half of the Staty of Liberty has been used and it looks awesome! There is a Café, a Scribble Cop’s office, an armory, a barber’s/tattoo parlor, Lucy’s hideout, Fuse’s workshop, a rooftop diner and a gym in the set. I think the designer video from Lego gives you a good picture of how they created this lego set.

Link to Lego Designer Video!

Lego expand in China

Today Lego has 60 stores in China. At the end of the year the toymaker plan to open 80 more locations together with the local partners according to Reuters. The US and European market has declined for the danish toymaker last year, but China has a large potential. At present China accounts for less than 10 percent of Lego’s over all sales. They have ambition to expand their business over the coming years.